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K Factors and PPo2 drop on a pSCR

Started by tom crisp Jul 27, 2011. 0 Replies

O2 sensor for RB80

Started by Marcus Werneck. Last reply by John Sampson Jul 27, 2009. 7 Replies

A dive with Mr. Murphy

Started by Leonardo Zillo Monte Xillo. Last reply by Leonardo Zillo Monte Xillo Jul 18, 2009. 4 Replies

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Comment by Sam Pearson on September 18, 2012 at 7:01am

That answers that one. Thanks Andrew!

Comment by Unified Team Diving on September 18, 2012 at 6:59am
Sam

Yes we still teach PSCR as there are still divers who use that 90's technology. That being said the newer MX rebreather is basically a closed circuit PSCR and therefore far superior and more efficient so ultimately that is what we want to support . It does have PSCR mode for bailout so a lot of the procedures and understanding of PSCR are built into the mx student and diver procedure manual , even though it is not titled PSCR

Andrew
Comment by Sam Pearson on September 17, 2012 at 12:28pm

Hi, are UTD still teaching pSCR? I notice in the students and procedures manual it only mentions the MX mCCR. Seems to be the same on the website although I did find the pSCR classes. Is this still taught? If not may I ask why it's not compatible. Many thanks, Sam

Comment by Teppo on March 21, 2011 at 7:59am
Hi just a quick question, not sure if there is other Tres Presidentes users, but which tanks have you used in US? My frame is made for european 12l tanks and only ones that fitted where LP ´65. which are around 10l and dont like camp band travel frames, rather have proper steel frame. I tested Halcyon RB80 frame in EE and unit dosent fit, because of injectors position
Comment by Leonardo Zillo Monte Xillo on October 12, 2010 at 12:34pm
Clemanzo, Oliver and the whole DIR Austria Team: Great!
Congratulations and all my best wishes for even more success.

Leo
Comment by Leonardo Zillo Monte Xillo on August 15, 2010 at 2:58pm
Congratulations Massimo!
Leo
Comment by Leonardo Zillo Monte Xillo on November 19, 2009 at 7:13am
Hi Josef

"je to super mašina". I think this means "it is a super machine". Yes, it is!
It's well designed but also very, very well built. Yesterday I breathed it really smoothly and I was so relaxed that shooted a VeeCam video and wrote my impressions over the wetbook for my buddy when not playing with DPVs.

Leo
Comment by Josef Záhora on November 19, 2009 at 6:52am
jj, je to super mašina
Comment by Leonardo Zillo Monte Xillo on November 19, 2009 at 4:37am
Finally, yesterday I tested the NT1 in pSCR version a little deeper than I had so far. I had a wonderful dive reaching -85 meters. The NT1 performed exceptionally well. It was breathing without difficulty and overall performance was of 6.7:1 also include the gas used for the wing and the OC steps. Definitely a fantastic machine.

Leo
Comment by Leonardo Zillo Monte Xillo on November 15, 2009 at 8:09am
Hi Shlomi.

I tried it just once, 75 min with 30 mt max, so far.

I like to think about NT1 as a AH1 evolution. NT1 is easier to breath and the breathed gas seems warmer. By contrast, I'm under the impression it is just less efficient. But it could be due to a rather caution setting of two injectors.

I'm planning a dive in the 80-90 meters range for the next Wednesday. If the sea will allow the dive, I'll let you know how the NT1 will performed.

Leo
 

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